About Us

We exist to reach unsaved children in our community with the Gospel, while simultaneously discipling saved children as they grow.

Child Evangelism Fellowship of Wyoming and Sullivan Counties is an affiliate of Child Evangelism Fellowship of Eastern PA, Inc.

We exist to win boys and girls to Christ, to help children grow as Christians, to channel unchurched children into Bible-believing, Bible teaching churches, and to train young people and adults how to teach the Word of God to children.

We believe that the Great Commission involves both evangelism and discipleship, and that children need to hear the Gospel just as desperately as adults do. In fact, statistics are showing children who do not accept the Gospel before the age of nine become more callous to the truth and less likely to be saved later in life. This is why we have such a burden to reach local children with the Gospel.

We seek to show Jesus’ love to children in our community through:

  • After-School/In-School Good News Clubs (Tunkhannock Area School District, currently hosted at Grace Fellowship Church)
  • Church-Affiliated Good News Clubs (Biblical Baptist Church of Meshoppen and Noxen Bible Baptist Church)
  • 5-Day Clubs (Summer)
  • Good News Day Camp (Summer)
  • Teacher Training Classes (Tunkhannock Office)
  • Teen Ministry Training Classes (Tunkhannock Office, January-June)

We would love to have you partner with us through prayer, financial support, or as a volunteer. To get involved, you can find our information on our contact page.

You can also give your input or get involved through filling out our Prayer Partner Survey or Supporter Response Form. We look forward to hearing from you!

Meet Miriam, CEF Club Coordinator

Hello! My name is Miriam, and I have been with CEF of Wyoming and Sullivan Counties since September of 2019. I am passionate about finding new and effective ways to reach kids for Christ in our community as well as intentionally discipling saved children in their faith. I began to understand the Gospel at the age of five, so I firmly believe that reaching people for Christ at a young age is vital. I am also passionate about seeing teens and young adults continue to grow in their faith and confidently share the Gospel with children in their communities. We are each here for such a time as this, and I am privileged to be part of a ministry that has this heart for reaching children with the Gospel.